Live life to the full and stay ac­tive with a healthy out­look

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Im­prove your well­be­ing the nat­u­ral way with our health and beauty round-up

w“Go with the things that are pos­i­tive and give you en­ergy”

hat­ever our age, we all tend to feel younger than our years, and of­ten get a new lease of life later on, when chil­dren leave home or we want to take a dif­fer­ent di­rec­tion in our ca­reer. Eat­ing a healthy diet, ex­er­cis­ing and do­ing what we en­joy in life all help to keep us ac­tive with a sense of well­be­ing, en­abling us to live younger for longer.

Sue El­li­cot (above) is 52 but feels her true age is 36, and has just launched her own food ven­ture. “I never ques­tioned my age when it came to start­ing a busi­ness – I’m con­scious of ex­er­cise, diet and nu­tri­tion, and have al­ways eaten healthily,” she says. She also be­lieves that tak­ing sup­ple­ments by Seven Seas has helped her sup­port her ev­ery­day health. The her­itage brand has been sup­port­ing fam­ily health for more than 80 years, and its prod­ucts sup­port over­all health holis­ti­cally – hugely ben­e­fi­cial as we get older. Omega-3 fish oils (EPA and DHA) are im­por­tant for main­tain­ing nor­mal vi­sion and brain func­tion along with good car­dio­vas­cu­lar health. The body is un­able to pro­duce omega-3 nat­u­rally, so tak­ing Seven Seas Sim­ply Time­less Cod Liver Oil with Omega-3 oils helps to meet any di­etary short­fall and achieve the daily rec­om­mended in­take.

Seven Seas’ Trueage cam­paign aims to en­cour­age peo­ple to have an age­less liv­ing phi­los­o­phy. As Sue says, “The best way to live your true age is to go with things you know are pos­i­tive and give you en­ergy: a good diet, pos­i­tive peo­ple and do­ing things you love.”

To find out how to live your #Trueage, plus for a chance to win the ul­ti­mate #Trueage ex­pe­ri­ence* , worth £1,000, visit

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